Video Game Developer Jam City Announces 'Harry Potter' Mobile Video Game

Allan Goodman
December 15, 2017

Hogwarts Mystery will see players create their own original character (Do Not Steal) and guide them through school life at Hogwarts, with whimsy and adventure at every turn, no doubt.

Hogwarts Mystery will give fans the opportunity to forge their own path at the famed school by taking courses in Defense Against the Dark Arts, Potions, Dueling Club and more.

The game will be free to play with in-app purchases that will enhance the experience.

So, what will you be able to do in the upcoming Harry Potter mobile game? Interactive Entertainment's Portkey Games, a new label dedicated to creating gaming experiences set within the Harry Potter world.

Big news for Harry Potter fans everywhere - a new mobile game has been announced!

Games studio Jam City and Warner Bros.

That's not a line from the weirdest Harry Potter fan-fiction ever written (even though, admittedly, there's some really odd stuff out there).

The game is being developed by studio Jam City and is under Warner Bros.

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Wave a wand for more Harry Potter stories! "We would like, selfishly, not to replace humanity with algorithms. instead, we want to find natural ways for people and machines to interact to create what neither would have created alone".

The release date for Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery has not yet been announced, but you can bet that the second we hear anything concrete, we'll be shouting it from the rooftops.

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery may face some friendly competition when the game comes out next year.

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is now scheduled for a release in the spring of 2018 for Android and iOS.

The aforementioned Harry Potter excerpt was constructed with the help of multiple writers, who helped construct the sentence through a combination of algorithmic suggestion and authorial discretion.

Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash is an all-new, unofficial, "continuity-agnostic" chapter of the series generated entirely with predictive keyboards that had been taught syntax based on Rowling's actual books.

One of the best things to come out of this whole already-amazing experience is Elsa Chang's gorgeous depiction of one of the more puzzling passages, which she tweeted in response to Botnik's spellbinding fantasy.

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